Anthurium croatii 'Corrugado'

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Product information "Anthurium croatii 'Corrugado'"
Name: Anthurium croatii, Madison 1978 'Corrugado'



croatii: Thomas Bernard Croat (born 23 May 1938 in St. Marys, Iowa) is an American botanist and plant collector, noteworthy as one of botanical history's "most prolific plant collectors". He has collected and described numerous species of plants, particularly in the family Araceae, in his career at the Missouri Botanical Garden. Croat has collected botanical specimens in 39 different countries. He is a leading expert on aroids of the Neotropics.

Thomas Bernard Croat

Propagation: division
Origin: Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia

along the western Andes, terrestrial, also hemieiphytic at altitudes of 250 - 1900m.


Anthurium croatii was already found in 1972 by Dr. Tom Croat, Michael Madison then described this species 6 years later.
This species is very variable, the single leaves are clearly different in width, with increasing age there can be up to 11 single leaves at the end of the petiole. The species 'Corrugado' offered here has very strongly wavy individual leaves, and is therefore considerably more attractive than the nominal form.

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